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David Allan Coe


Long Haired Country Boy (...And Other Such Songs)


Folklorique, Country

Taille de l'album MP3:

1157 mb


King Records







Date de publication:

29 Aug 2000



Téléchargement le album David Allan Coe - Long Haired Country Boy (...And Other Such Songs)


1Me And Bobby McGee
2Prisoner's Song
3My Son Calls Another Man Daddy
4He Stopped Loving Her Today
5Waitin' For A Train
6Long Haired Country Boy
7Four Walls
8Ring On The Bar
9Folsom Prison Blues
10Train Of Love


  • Art Direction, Liner NotesChuck Young
  • Design ConceptMoe Lytle


  • Barcode: 012676148221


  • Copyright (c) – King Records
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – King Records
  • Manufactured By – Highland Music, Inc.
  • Distributed By – Highland Music, Inc.


David Allan Coe doin' the Charlie Daniels classic song, Long Haired Country Boy. From the album with the same name, released in 2000. You won't find life-long renegade, singersongwriter David Allan Coe is one of the most colorful and unpredictable characters in country music history. One of the pioneering artists of the outlaw country movement of the '70s, he hasn't had many big hits - only three of his singles hit the Top Ten - but he has been among the biggest cult figures in country music throughout his career. Born in Akron, OH, Coe first got into trouble with the law at age nine. As a result, he was sent to reform school. For the next 20 years, he never spent more than a handful of months outside of a correctio read more. David Allan Coe That Ain't Country - David Allan Coe. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. David Allan Coe - A Country Boy Who Rolled The Rock Away. One of the last chart hits for Coe, this 1986 single paid tribute to the artists who charted their own path - regardless of what conventional wisdom might have said. The single was from his Son of the South album, one of the finer albums from his later years. Before George Jones and Chris Stapleton, the original recording of this Dean DillonLinda Hargrove composition was none other than David Allan Coe. The track was the perfect showcase for his rough-hewn vocal approach. The track only made it to No. 77 on the charts, but definitely made an impact on Coes loyal fan following. Coe's debut album, supposedly written while he was serving a prison sentence. Unlike his later output, his first two records on SSS International are widely considered more blues than country music. Reissued by HackTone Records in 2005 on CD and digital services. Requiem for a Harlequin. Long Haired Country Boy. And Other Such Songs. Release Date: August 29, 2000. Label: King Records. The Mysterious David Allan Coe: 4 Classic Albums 1974-1978. Текст песни: I like to play Hank Williams Jr. records just as loud as they will go Im into Lynyrd Skynyrd The Allman Brothers and David Allan Coe I like Willie, Waylon, George, and War We Rage. Conquest - Long Haired Country Boy. On this page you can download song Conquest - Long Haired Country Boy in mp3 and listen online. Thrash Metal Power Metal. David Allan Coe - Long Haired Country Boy. He Stopped Loving Her Today. Train of Love. Four Walls. The Prisoner's Song. Me and Bobby McGee. Waitin' for a Train. The rendition of He Stopped Loving Her Today on this album is a true classic. This is a fine album and that song is especially moving. THANKS DAC Read more. 2 people found this helpful. Coe was encouraged to write the songs, which detail stark prison life in such songs as Death Row, Oh Warden and Cell 33, by the man in the cell next to him, soul singer Screamin Jay Hawkins. After he was released in 1967, Coe released those tracks via Shelby Singletons SSS International label, and began touring with B. King and the Staples Singers. A subsequent deal with Columbia Records yielded The Mysterious Rhinestone Cowboy, a hardcore country effort co-produced by Billy Sherrill and Ron Bledsoe, which failed to chart. The next album from Coe, Once Upon a Rhyme, would give him the first of his three Top Ten hits. Other singers continued to record and succeed with his material, but the author himself - who was as good a singer as almost anyone and better than most - languished in obscurity. Rather than tone it down, Coe characteristically shoved the stereotypes in their faces. He retired the Mysterious Rhinestone Cowboy persona and billed his new album as David Allan Coe Rides Again as the Longhaired Redneck, something equally off-putting to institution types

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